Morning, all. I'm working on a little project here in Damage Labs that requires some fast storage. I think I'm getting there:
That's from a RAID 0 array of four Corsair Neutron SSDs connected to an Intel chipset controller. It's nice to have round numbers when talking about these things, and I can say that this setup is nearly a terabyte of storage that can sustain writes at nearly a gigabyte per second. We'd probably be over the gigabyte-per-second mark if Intel had included four 6Gbps SATA ports in one of its chipsets.
Ah, well. This should suffice.
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